|A friend's cat, Ziva, playing in her new tunnel|
My thoughts in words and pictures...
A human skull sat wedged in a crevice near the top of the rock, well above the high-water line. It stared down at us, grinning its timeless, maniacal grin, and for a shattering moment I thought that its fleshless maw had emitted a cackle of laughter, but it was only the shriek of a passing gull.
Her concentration was interrupted by harsh shouts from outside the building, and then by the sound of guns being fired. Mrs. Pollifax very carefully placed the cup of water on the major’s desk and was pleased to see that her hand was not trembling.
My pulse stopped: my heart stood still; my stretched arm was paralysed. The cry died, and was not renewed.
|Taken outside my front door|
|A blaze of red at a neighborhood park|
|Scenic view from neighborhood park|
|Splashes of yellow and orange along the bike path|
|Love those russet colors along the bike trail|
|These next few are of the Arboretum, taken from the bike |
path looking over Greene Prairie towards Grady Knoll.
|Trees along the Badger State Trail, taken from junction |
of the Capitol City / Cannonball / Military Ridge
and Southwest bike trails
|More of the Arboretum trees|
|A final view of Grady Knoll -- can you see the bird|
sitting in the tree in front of the yellow one? Sadly, I could
not zoom in enough with my camera to tell what it was.